Watch the new generation of the “Atlas” robot




as it scatters in the air
Boston Dynamics labs published Thursday a short video recording of a new version of the two-legged robot or the Atlas robot.

In the video, which does not exceed 55 seconds, the robot appeared “Atlas”, and it does some movements, starting to jump from high to high, and then around himself, and at the end of the most exciting movement, the somersault in the air and then descend on his feet fixed .

The video has so far achieved nearly 7 million views on the YouTube video sharing site, and is now ranked 12th among the most popular videos on the site.

The Boston Dynamics Labs, which until recently had been owned by Alphabit, Google’s parent company, unveiled the first version of the Atlas at the beginning of last year.

In February 2016, the company published a video recording showing an “Atlas” robot capable of walking over the snow with a balance similar to human balance, and then its ability to carry loads and place them in the designated space.

In a scene that shows how one of the company’s workers pushed the robot to the spot but did not fall, and how he was able to pursue the fund that ordered him to carry him despite being expelled from him. In a strong push from a worker, the robot signed, but managed to do again.

The new video comes just two days after the release of another video featuring a new version of the SpotMini home robot.

To see how far the Boston Dynamics has evolved, you can watch videos of other robots that were unable even to walk and balance.


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